Browns GM John Dorsey said last week he was open to hiring a woman as Cleveland's next head coach.
Football returned to Cleveland in 1999 and the Browns have not had a ton of success in terms of actually winning football games.
"I love my Browns - and I know they will hire an experienced coach to take us to the next level", she wrote in a Facebook post, adding that she hopes the National Football League will begin considering women for coaching positions.
According to the report, general manager John Dorsey wants to bring in former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to interview for the job.
Rice discussed her love for the team during a visit to the Browns' headquarters in 2010.
Despite growing up in Alabama, Rice, 64, has been a lifelong Browns fan who has always been as comfortable in sports as she is in politics and academia. The position opened up after former head coach Hue Jackson was turfed October 29. If Cleveland does follow through on the interest it would mark the first time a woman had been considered for such a position in the NFL.
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The 64-year-old Rice is a lifelong Browns fan and has been involved in football at the collegiate level since 2013 when she was made one of the initial members of the College Football Playoff Committee.
Rice is now a professor of global business and economics at the Stanford Universtiy Graduate School of Business.
Earlier this week, Dorsey said he would consider a wide-range of candidates. I would like to see a man who can lead young men. "I'm serious. We're going to look at everything".
But then he changed his tune when asked if age is a significant factor for the next head coach. "It could be a woman, too".
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